For all these years, they’ve hidden the truth about the Kennedy assassination. It didn’t require a conspiracy. It just took repeating a falsehood until it was accepted as conventional wisdom. The myth
Publication of nearly 3,000 documents sheds more light on response to assassination of US president – but so far no smoking gun Published: 27 Oct 2017 Commemorations at Dealey Plaza and Arlington National
Enough with the Camelot-glossed speculations. There are thing we do know about JFK and South Vietnam: First, U.S. troop levels there grew from around 900 to approximately 16,000 during his presidency.
This Friday, November 22nd, is the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Here, the Magnum photographers Elliott Erwitt, Cornell Capa, and René Burri capture his brief Presidency,
I have an embarrassing confession to make: when it comes to the “grassy knoll” and all that, I tend to agree with John Kerry and disagree with my esteemed colleague Adam Gopnik. Even today, fifty years
University of Virginia professor Larry Sabato, author of " The Kennedy Half-Century: The Presidency, Assassination, and Lasting Legacy of John F. Kennedy" argues that "the chance of some sort of conspiracy